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Autism Friendly Town: Nenagh is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Birdhill and Clonakilty in becoming a designated autism-friendly town. The initiative was launched in the Abbey Court Hotel on Friday by Alan Kelly T.D. and autism documentary film-maker Nic Ryan Purcell. They were preaching to the converted in a room packed with a cross section of the town and region as diverse as the autism spectrum itself. As highlighted on the night, if only some of the possible changes necessary were made by businesses, sporting clubs and the Council, they would have a massive positive impact on not just the families on the spectrum but on families dealing with a wide range of issues including dementia and hearing loss. In other words, it will bring a lot of peace to the town. As a club with over 300 juvenile boys and girls, and who play host to numerous senior and county hurling, Gaelic football and camogie matches, Nenagh Éire Óg were well represented on the night are looking forward to engaging with the soon to be formed committee and making MacDonagh Park even more accessible. Well done to all involved and we at Nenagh Éire Óg look forward to the challenge.